Right now I lead the social program for a global company. Our strategy and focus is mostly North America focused, but we have some content sprinkled throughout for other regions in Latin America and EMEA. The content comes from team members in those regions and geotargeted to those specific regions in their language. But those regions also see the English version of our content that goes out globally.
We’ve been getting requests to create pages dedicated to each of the regions (ex: ABC Company - Europe, ABC Company - Italy, ABC Company - Brazil) vs. using a global profile. I’ve seen this done before but haven’t done it myself, and I’m not sure what the pros/cons are.
Does anybody manage a global social program? If so, what’s your approach and what have been the benefits and challenges of that approach?
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